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Poster: The_Emperor_Of_Television Date: Jul 2, 2012 1:24am
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Alpha is releasing some interesting things in late July

(no, this isn't spam. I think I am well-known enough on this section for people to know that I'm not a spammer. A weirdo, yes, but not a spammer)

One of their upcoming DVDs includes an episode of an obscure 1949 television series starring Olsen and Johnson. I, for one, love watching old obscure TV series that nobody has heard of. The DVD also contains something called "Chopsticks". I have no idea what this is, though they claim it features Billy Preston on the piano.

They also list a DVD containing an episode of "The Chevy Mystery Show".

I get annoyed when Alpha Video removes the commercials, I hope they leave them in this time.

Personally, as interesting as these sound, I would be more excited if they released some episodes of "The Morey Amsterdam Show"....somebody, somebody, anybody really needs to put out a DVD with more than 1 episode.

I've only seen two episodes (1 on a Shokus Video DVD, and 1 on the TV4u site), and honestly, I like it.

Do you like it?